The Fantastic Sublime: Romanticism and Transcendence in

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Bernard insists that living bodies are as absolutely determined by natural phenomena as inani- mate bodies. Insofar as theology is an arm of the church, the church itself is called to grapple with the social conflictual origins and substance of its own Bible and to ponder deeply what all this means for the church’s placement in society and for its social mission. Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe. In the second place, it is not a question of a "`black-or-white' attitude"; it is rather a question of whether David Stanley understood what history is and what history is not.

Poetry and Poetics after Wallace Stevens

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What are the effects of paraphrasing or summarizing a text? Is there any way out of the epistemic dilemma of pluralism that would preserve the possibility of criticism without endorsing epistemic superiority? Using Joyce Carol Oates’ stories “The Model” and “The Doll” to support her proposition, Robbins argues that sexuality and female independence are seen to be culturally grotesque and are thus written out of the tales to provide reassurance rather than reality, leaving a void of body-fluid emissions which are replaced by high fashion and success with the male, “the charming archetype to which all females must aspire, despite the artificial fairy-magic means by which Cinderella rises to such status” (p. 108).

Hawthorne (Henry James Collection)

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I speak of a hero, but the central figure of pathos is often a woman or a child (or both, as in the death-scenes of Little Eva and Little Nell), and we have a whole procession of pathetic female sacrifices in English low mimetic fiction from Clarissa Harlowe to Hardy's Tess and James's Daisy Miller. Latin poetry was concerned with similar issues: Horace’s Ars Poetica is both a poem and one of the most influential texts of ancient criticism. That used to be a bugbear for the anti-free-versers!

Thomas Moore on Writing

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Scaliger, who is a physician, a physicist, a botanist, and a gram- marian as well as a poet and literary critic, insists that no learn- ing is foreign to the muses. There has been a refocus onto celluloid film's ability to capture an indexical image of a moment in time by theorists like Mary Ann Doane, Philip Rosen and Laura Mulvey. Wallace Stevens loved long walks, gifts from Ceylon, and persimmons. How can information professionals, including archivists, and researchers, including historians, voice their concerns when faced with a lack of contextual information provided by big commercial databases, such as JSTOR, Ancestry.com, EBSCO, and, of course, Google, over which they have no control?

The Wounded Heart: Writing on Cherríe Moraga (Chicana

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We grasp at a state and find only a succession of events in which the state is never quite embodied", C. The epic, of course, has a patriotic purpose, but it has an aristocratic one, too. Cultural Theory and African Literature Today. They have drawn out a number of refutations from Catholic apologists, such as the Abbé Lepin's "Jésus Messie et Fils de Dieu" (1904). Movies are a kind of rite-of-passage for youth, the first place where they can get away from their parents.

Twins

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It is more usual, however, for the artist to present an ironic deadlock in which the hero is regarded as a fool or worse by the fictional society, and yet impresses the real audience as having something more valuable than his society has. He explains in the following what is meant by a "fusion of horizons": One intends to understand the text itself. Now, when many more variations in the Marxist understanding of literature at the international level have emerged ranging from Caudwel and Ralph Fox to George Lukacs, Bertold Brecht, Raymond Williams and Terry Eagleton, these finer shades of criticism can also be identified in Urdu.

Culinary Comedy in Medieval French Literature (Purdue

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Against these, the changes in film criticism in Australia owing to broader media transformations can be measured. In the form of the police, it prevents theft and fraud. While Bijnori’s critical opinions were not without exaggeration, yet, his pioneering efforts in introducing world standards in Urdu literary evaluations and his attempts at the popularization of standards of comparative criticism deserve recognition.

I Hear a Symphony

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Her broadened concept of archival provenance is based on a comparative analysis of the concepts of provenance in museology, archaeology, and in archives, all of which have slightly different traditions and meanings. In this passage in which he explains that Shakespeare and Fletcher were as good in their age as Sophocles and Euripides in theirs, he approaches the his- torical view of poetry: /And one reason for that success is, in my opinion, this, that Xhakespeare and Fletcher have written to the genius of the age and nation in which they lived; for though nature ... is the same in all places, and reason too the same, yet the climate, the age, the disposition of the people, to which a poet writes, may be so differ- ent, that what pleased the Greeks would not satisfy an English audience.

Writing Postcommunism: Towards a Literature of the East

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Aristotle is a remarkable literary critic as he defines the role of a critic as someone who explains the elements of great art in the form of fine guidelines for the poets to become skillful in their field. Then fiction may be "superseded by a still more faith- ful form of contemporaneous history/' A good television docu- mentary would have greatly pleased him if he had lived to see it. The typical poet teaches", Sam Hamill, "A Poet's Work", Broken Moon Press, 1990, p.29 "Seizing on a traditional trope of the poet as exceptional individual, certain individuals receiving health-care who feel themselves to be exceptional apparently adopt poetic discourse as part of that role", Fiona Sampson, in "Kicking Daffodils", Vicki Betram (ed), Edinburgh UP, 1997, p.261 "You do not put yourself into your writing, you find yourself there", Alan Bennett, "???" "poetry isn't really an open system; it's a combination of odd institutions, personal networks, hoary traditions, talent and blind luck.

Sun-Up, And Other Poems [FACSIMILE]

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Apart from his cleverness, wisdom, and insight, the old man. .. is also notable for his moral qualities; what is more, he even tests the moral qualities of others and makes gifts dependent on this test.. .. Such motifs and images are called archetypes. Sonnets, epigrams, and eclogues are not poetry. Such interaction will provide the basis for determining how the functions of the new form of political organization will be limited and expanded, the scope of which is “something to be critically and experimentally determined” in democracy as a mode of practical inquiry (Dewey 1927b, 281).
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